Innovative and contemporary, Long Beach sits amongst white sands and a tropical lagoon.
Long Beach enjoys a stunning beachfront location typical of many luxury resorts on the island, but it’s the interesting architecture and ‘cool’ atmosphere that provide its unique look and feel. Upon arrival, you’re greeted with a wide open manicured lawn leading out to the sprawling beach.
An urban-style piazza reminiscent of a vibrant city square forms the resort’s focal point, surrounded by four authentic restaurants with indoor and outdoor dining: Sapori for Italian, Le Marché for international cuisine, Hasu for Japanese and Chopsticks for Chinese, plus a bar and the small funky nightclub, Bombora. By the beach, fantastic fresh fish is offered at Tides restaurant. A secluded spa has modern treatment rooms and tranquil outdoor spaces including raised treetop pavilions. There are also a lot of free activities here, from a climbing wall to windsurfing.
Rooms are stylish, light and airy, set in three crescents around the resort. All are spacious with ocean views. Sea Facing Rooms are in two-storey buildings peeping over the top of single-storey Superior Beachfront Rooms – which are slightly larger and closer to the beach – out to the glistening waters. Family Rooms have a separate room with two sofa beds and an extra shower room. The huge Deluxe Beachfront Suites are right on the ocean.
The resort sits on a gorgeous stretch of beach – guests can hop on the glass bottomed boat to go snorkelling, enjoy the beach or lounge around the lovely pool and sample all the cocktails! At night, the resort comes to life with all the bars and restaurants centered around the piazza. You could have your starter in the Japanese restaurant, main in the Chinese restaurant and finish in the Italian restaurant for dessert! Our rooms were lovely and contemporary and I’d recommend the beachfront rooms to see the resort at its best. If you’re a golf fanatic, you have access to the course at Le Touessrok for a fee.
Tracy Martin, Solihull
All Inclusive option
Enjoy the freedom of being able to choose an All Inclusive dining plan and spend an entire week dining in style without having to worry about a bill at the end of it.
Spending time as a family is important and so is the chance for kids to play and make exciting discoveries in a safe environment. We've hand-picked escapes that we think are best for a family holiday.
On Mauritius’ east coast
255 sea facing rooms
The Sun Kids' Club in the Sports Centre runs exciting daily programmes, has its own pool, and kids can enjoy tennis, windsurfing and swimming lessons as well as environmental excursions. Little ones can also have dinner here, served in cute dining area. There’s also the Sungeneration Teens' Club to keep 12-17 year olds occupied, with a cyber café, pool tables and table tennis. As well as the Family Rooms, interconnecting rooms are available with a shared front door.
Good to know
Minimum stay 6 nights 22 Dec-04 Jan.
• Hop on the glass bottomed boat to go snorkelling • Sunbathe in the pool on one of the in-water loungers • Hire a bike to explore local villages
5 restaurants, 3 bars
• Half Board • Breakfast at Le Marché Dinner at Le Marché, Tides, Sapori or Chopsticks (restrictions apply in the à la carte restaurants).
Meal upgrade options (per person per night)
All Inclusive from £49 • Breakfast at Le Marché • Lunch at Tides, Sapori or Chopsticks (restrictions apply) • Dinner at Le Marché, Tides, Sapori or Chopsticks (restrictions apply in the à la carte restaurants) • Selected drinks • Beer, soft drinks, water and snacks from the minibar • Non-motorised watersports.